Regular Faculty

The Physical Therapy Department at the University of Michigan-Flint is seeking applications for
the faculty positions below.

A 12-month non tenure track Clinical Assistant Professor which encompasses the role of
Co-Associate Director of Clinical Education (Job Requisition #106859).  This faculty position
is .5 FTE Instructional and .5 FTE administrative.  The faculty member will work collaboratively
with the faculty to ensure the departmental clinical education goals and objectives
are achieved and teach in the clinical education course sequence in the professional DPT (entry-level)
program.

Interested applicants should contact Min Huang, PT, PhD, NCS, Search Committee Chair
at mhhuang@umflint.edu.

A tenure track 12-month faculty position as an Associate Professor (Job Requisition #102085)
to teach primarily in the PhD in Physical Therapy program and potentially in the Professional
Doctor of Physical Therapy Program (DPT), Transitional DPT and/or certificate and residency programs. 
Rank is commensurate with experience and academic credentials. 

Interested applicants should contact Min Huang, PT, PhD, NCS, Search Committee Chair
at mhhuang@umflint.edu or 810-762-3373.


Term Faculty

A Spring/Summer term appointment for a LEO Lecturer I for PTP 783 Geriatrics in Practice
(Job Requisition #107149).  This faculty member will be responsible for conducting lectures and
discussion and create and administer written exams and assignments for this online course.
The expertise of the LEO faculty member will be utilized in meeting course objectives for modules
related to the physiologic, psychosocial, and legal-ethical aspect of geriatric care in a variety of
PT practice settings.

A Spring/Summer term appointment for a
LEO Lecturer I for 627 Musculoskeletal Practice Pattern, Introduction (Job Requisitions #107168). 
This faculty member will be responsible for conducting labs and administering practical exams for this course.
The expertise of the LEO faculty member will be utilized in meeting course objectives for modules related to
common diseases and disorders of the musculoskeletal system; embryology, histology and pathology of
these diseases and disorders, screening and examination. It will allow the student to be able to screen,
examine and evaluate a patient with a common muscle, ligament, bone, or nerve dysfunction.

A Spring/Summer term appointment for a
LEO Lecturer I for PTP 641 Medical/Surgical Conditions, Examination and Plan of Care
(Job Requisition #107158) This faculty member will be responsible for conducting lectures and
create and administer written exams and assignments for this course. The expertise of the LEO
faculty member will be utilized in meeting course objectives for modules related to the management
of physical patients with medical and surgical conditions commonly encountered in acute care settings.

A Spring/Summer term appointment for a
LEO Lecturer I for PTP 646 Metabolic, Endocrine & Integumentary Examination in Practice
(Job Requisition #107161).  This faculty member will be responsible for conducting labs for this course
and administering practical exams. The expertise of the LEO faculty member will be utilized in meeting
course objectives for modules related to the application of physical therapy interventions for individuals
with or at risk for metabolic, endocrine, and integument diseases, disorders and conditions.

A Spring/Summer term appointment for a LEO Lecturer I for PTP 648 Pharmacology in Practice
(Job Requisition #107155).  This faculty member will be responsible for conducting lectures and discussion
and create and administer written exams and assignments for this course. The expertise of the LEO faculty
member will be utilized in meeting course objectives for modules related to the basic principles of pharmacology,
drug interventions that impact the musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, neuromuscular and integumentary
systems as well as pediatric and geriatric concerns; mechanisms of action, indications for use, side effects,
and common examples which have an impact on physical therapy.

A Spring/Summer term appointment for a
LEO Lecturer I for PTP 670 Fundamentals of Procedural Interventions (Job Requisition #107165). 
This faculty member will be responsible for instructing labs and administering lab practicals for this course.
The expertise of the LEO faculty member will be used in meeting course objectives for modules related to
theoretical basis for clinical decision-making applying evidence based practice specific to procedural intervention
techniques common to all areas of physical therapy practice. Psychomotor skills in these common intervention
techniques are emphasized.

Interested applicants should contact Ellen L. Buchholz, Business Administrator, at ebucholz@umflint.edu.

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